In the recent past we have brought you reports of the making of the Ducati Monster 795, the inexpensive version of the Monster 796 for the Asian markets including Thailand and India.  The Ducati 795 will be assembled in Thailand and will be brought to India due to the existence of the Free Trade Agreement between the two countries.  The motorcycle has an 803cc heart that will pump out 85 PS of power and uses a 6 speed manual tranny.  The motorcycle is expected to be priced around Rs. 5 lakhs and that would make it compete with the Kawasaki Ninja 650 R and the Garware Hyosung GT 650R.  The only reason why the competition can rest easy for the time being is that Ducati does not have a proper sales and service network while Garware is slowly expanding its network and the Ninja rides on the extensive Bajaj Probiking network.